Noises Off

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The Todd Haimes Theatre was built in 1918 by producers (and brothers) Arch and Edgar Selwyn and was originally named The Selwyn Theatre. Like many other theaters, it fell victim to the economic woes of the Great Depression and became a movie house in the 1930s.


The venue was a movie theater for almost 70 years, until it was purchased by the Roundabout Theatre Company in the late 1990s. After an expensive overhaul, it reopened as The American Airlines Theatre in 2000. In January 2024, the theater was renamed in memory of Roundabout Theatre Company's longtime artistic director and chief executive Todd Haimes.

Address

227 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036
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About Noises Off on Broadway

Venue

Todd Haimes Theatre
227 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036
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Duration

2 hours and 20 minutes (with 1 intermission)

Audience

Ages 12+

Previews

Dec. 17, 2015

Opening

Jan. 14, 2016

Closing

March 13, 2016

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Story for Noises Off

The opening night performance of the farce Nothing On is just hours away, and as the cast stumbles through their final dress rehearsal, things couldn't be going any worse. With lines being forgotten, love triangles unraveling and sardines flying everywhere, it’s complete pandemonium… and we haven’t even reached intermission! Can the cast pull their act together on the stage even if they can't behind the scenes?

Full of shocking surprises and gut-busting humor, Noises Off is the classic show-within-a-show that “voyages to the outer limits of hilarity” (The New York Times).

Critics’ Reviews for Noises Off

""Noises Off" would be a mere dissertation in clever dramaturgical mechanics, were it not for the expertly drawn characters, here embodied by a first-rate cast well aware of the addictions, indulgences, pretensions and general egotism of actors (some actors!) that Mr. Frayn is gently playing for laughs."

Charles Isherwood, The New York Times

""Noises Off" seems to be always playing somewhere in the civilized world, a perfect specimen of its generic art form. And that's exactly the way it should be, because this kind of comedic brilliance never gets stale."

Marilyn Stasio, Variety

""The secret ingredient of his production is that Mr. Herrin has gone to similar lengths to ensure that every member of the cast plays for truth, not laughs -- which makes you laugh twice as hard.""

Terry Teachout, The Wall Street Journal